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»Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)«
2017-12-29, 10:30–11:30, Lecture room 12

Since Gödel's celebrated work we know: The rules of mathematics are incomplete. There are true statements for which we have proof that they don't have a proof and there are statements for which we can arbitrarily decide whether they are true or not.

Speakers

Eal

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- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
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- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)
- Faith in mathematics (Wondrous Mathematics)